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Sony’s ‘Greyhound’ Starring Tom Hanks Gets April 2019 Release Date

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Sony’s ‘Greyhound’ Starring Tom Hanks Gets April 2019 Release Date
Tom Hanks’ upcoming WWII film “Greyhound” will be released April 5, 2019, Sony Pictures announced Thursday.

Written by and starring Hanks, “Greyhound” follows Capt. Ernest Krause, who is put in charge of a U.S. destroyer for the first time in the early days of WWII and is faced with a deadly test as his ship is soon pursued by Nazi U-Boats across the North Atlantic. The film is currently in production in Baton Rouge, with Aaron Schneider (“Get Low”) directing.

Based on C.S. Forester’s novel “The Good Shepherd,” the film is being produced by Playtone’s Gary Goetzman and Hanks. FilmNation Entertainment’s Aaron Ryder, Playtone’s Steven Shareshian, and David Coatsworth serve as executive producers. FilmNation sold worldwide rights to Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions, which is financing in association with Bron Creative, Sycamore Pictures, and Zhengfu Pictures.

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Sony also announced the release date for “Grudge,” a reimagining of the classic 2002 Japanese horror film “The Grudge.” Nicolas Pesce (“Eyes Of My Mother”) is directing the film, with a release date set for Aug. 16, 2019. Filming will begin next month.

Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert will produce for Ghost House with Nathan Kahane and Erin Westerman executive producing for Good Universe alongside Schuyler Weiss, Roy Lee, Doug Davison, John Middleton, and Andrew Pfeffer. Romel Adam will oversee for Ghost House and Brady Fujikawa will oversee for Good Universe.

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Bill Murray movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Ghostbusters,’ ‘Rushmore,’ ‘Lost in Translation’

Bill Murray movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Ghostbusters,’ ‘Rushmore,’ ‘Lost in Translation’
The spring movie “Isle of Dogs” marks the eighth pairing of actor Bill Murray and filmmaker Wes Anderson. In fact, Murray has participated in all of Anderson’s films except for his first project “Bottle Rockets” which he made with longtime friends Owen Wilson and Luke Wilson.

Murray first came to national attention when he joined “Saturday Night Live” in its second season to replace the departed Chevy Chase. Like many of his SNL colleagues of the era (Chase, John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd) Murray was able to parlay his television success into a film career. He first made his film mark in comedies but in later years would take on increasingly dramatic films as well. Murray would return to TV in 2015 for the HBO limited series “Olive Kitteridge,” for which he won an Emmy as Best Supporting Actor a suicidal man who becomes involved with the title character (Frances McDormand
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Stephen Graham, Elisabeth Shue and Rob Morgan join Tom Hanks in WWII drama Greyhound

Back in September 2016, it was announced that Tom Hanks is set for a World War II return in Greyhound, a drama which he has scripted himself, and now comes word on three additions to the supporting cast.

Joining Hanks in the film, which is being directed by Aaron Schneider (Get Low), are Stephen Graham (This Is England), Elisabeth Shue (Death Wish) and Rob Morgan (Mudbound).

Greyhound will see Hanks as a career naval officer given the command of a destroyer, who along with the enemy fights his self doubts and personal demons to prove he belongs.

Sony is financing the project, which has a budget of $30 million, and is slated to shoot in Baton Rouge aboard the USS Kidd.

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Elisabeth Shue And ‘Mudbound’s Rob Morgan Join Tom Hanks’ ‘Greyhound’

Elisabeth Shue And ‘Mudbound’s Rob Morgan Join Tom Hanks’ ‘Greyhound’
Exclusive: Elisabeth Shue and Rob Morgan, who played one of the leads in the four-time Oscar-nominated Mudbound, has joined the cast of Greyhound for director Aaron Schneider (Get Low). The Tom Hanks’ starring WWII drama is about an international convoy of 37 Allied ships, led by captain Ernest Krause in his first command of a U.S. destroyer, crosses the treacherous North Atlantic while hotly pursued by wolf packs of Nazi U-boats. Krause is being played by Hanks…
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‘The Irishman’s’ Stephen Graham Joins Tom Hanks’ WWII Film ‘Greyhound’

‘The Irishman’s’ Stephen Graham Joins Tom Hanks’ WWII Film ‘Greyhound’
Exclusive: Stephen Graham, who just wrapped one of the leads in Martin Scorsese's The Irishman opposite Robert De Niro and Al Pacino for Netflix, has now just stepped into the Tom Hanks’ WWII film Greyhound for Sony and FilmNation. Sony acquired worldwide rights to Greyhound in Berlin last year. The drama is one that Hanks scripted and has Get Low helmer Aaron Schneider directing. Hanks' Playtone partner Gary Goetzman will produce the picture that has Hanks…
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The 5 Best Pieces to Buy from Chrissy Teigen's Sexy, New Revolve Collection

The 5 Best Pieces to Buy from Chrissy Teigen's Sexy, New Revolve Collection
We already love Chrissy Teigen for her hilarious tweets, adorable family Instagrams of husband John Legend and daughter Luna, and not to mention her fashionable red carpet appearances, but now she’s given us another fabulous reason to keep up with her. The model has teamed up with fashion retailer, Revolve, to launch a 36 piece collection of dresses, separates, jackets, bodysuits and boots in fabrics ranging from satin jacquard, crepe chiffon, velvet and lace — and believe us when we say, you’re going to want every single piece. Designed to inspire and empower the modern woman, the items are intended
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Whoa! We Never Expected to See Anyone Get Down to Florence + the Machine Like This

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Whoa! We Never Expected to See Anyone Get Down to Florence + the Machine Like This
Some of our favorite choreography videos are typically set to the tunes of popular dance hits (see: Demi Lovato's "Sorry Not Sorry") or throwback jams ("Get Low," anyone?). So when we came across this video for Florence + the Machine's "You've Got the Love," we were curious to see how Florence Welch's indie-rock vibes translated into a dance routine, and the Millennium Dance Complex didn't disappoint. With choreography by Nathan Trasoras, the routine made us see a new side to the band's music that we never expected. Watch the video above to see a group of talented dancers tear up the dance floor to Florence's hauntingly perfect voice.
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Zedd Reveals What It Was Like To Date Selena Gomez: ‘Reporters Were Calling My Parents’

One of music’s favourite producers, Zedd, covers Billboard magazine where he opens up about his relationship with Selena Gomez, standing up against Donald Trump and collaborating with Kesha. Related: Zedd And Liam Payne Release New Song ‘Get Low’ Although the Russian star didn’t hint at any current relationships, he did spill some juicy details about his ex […]
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Liam Payne Jokes Son Bear Is ‘Humongous’: ‘I’m Going to Get a Sore Back!’

Liam Payne Jokes Son Bear Is ‘Humongous’: ‘I’m Going to Get a Sore Back!’
Liam Payne’s son is growing in one direction — up!

“He’s just big in general — he’s humongous,” Payne told People on Tuesday about his 4-month-old son Bear Grey at the Musical.ly headquarters during a ‘muser mingle,’ where he launched the hashtag campaign for his new song “Strip That Down” for the entertainment social media platform. Musical.ly hosts over 200 million users and has partnered with other artists in the past such as Selena Gomez, Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande and Jason Derulo on similar campaigns to promote music discovery in the app and enrich the relationship between artists and their fans,
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Liam Payne Drops 'Get Low' With Zedd -- Hear the One Direction Alum's Summer-Tinged Dance Anthem

Liam Payne Drops 'Get Low' With Zedd -- Hear the One Direction Alum's Summer-Tinged Dance Anthem
Liam Payne is continuing off in his own direction.

The One Direction alum and Zedd join forces on the bouncy summer jam "Get Low," which Zedd released on his Vevo channel with particularly high esteem!

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"It was so much fun working with Liam Payne these past few months on 'Get Low," the 27-year-old DJ exclaimed in the song's description. "I think it's one of the catchiest songs I've ever written. It's the soundtrack to my summer!!!"

Check out the song below.

Watch: Liam Payne Has Super Shady Reaction to Harry Styles' Music: 'It's Not Something I'd Listen to'

It's been a pretty fruitful summer for 1D fans, who have seen the boys branch out into their various creative projects, including Harry Styles, who released his self-titled debut album in May.

Watch the video below for how Styles' bandmates
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Liam Payne and Zedd Premiere Their New Song "Get Low"

Liam Payne and Zedd Premiere Their New Song
Ready to "Get Low?" Liam Payne and Zedd dropped their new single Thursday. In May, Zedd told Beats 1 he was "super excited" about the partnership. "It's the definition of a summer song to me, personally." "The easiest way to describe it would be a Drake-ish influenced sound, but very open to do something that sounds unique and different, which I love. I think it's a really good balance between where he's going with his solo project and where I am going with my own music. It's right in between. Without Liam, I might have never finished the song. He really pulled it towards a direction that I would not have and I love where it is. I would say it's probably the most...
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This "Get Low" Choreography Will Make You Dance Till the Sweat Drops Down . . . You Know

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Nothing serves up those nostalgic early 2000s vibes quite like a good ol' throwback playlist. An obvious staple on said playlist is Lil Jon's "Get Low," but you'll never dance to the iconic song the same after seeing how the talented performers over at La's Millennium Dance Complex get down to it. Following along to killer choreography by Brooklyn Jai, several groups of dancers back, back, back it up and get low all over the dance floor while the song blares over the speakers. Ready to be transported back to the glory days of sweaty school dances and house parties spent screaming about windows and walls? Watch the dance routines above, and you won't be able to resist head-bobbing (and probably booty-shaking) along to the beat.
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Chantel Jeffries Reveals How to Get the Most Likes on Instagram - And What It's Like Working with Khloé Kardashian

Chantel Jeffries Reveals How to Get the Most Likes on Instagram - And What It's Like Working with Khloé Kardashian
Unless you’ve been on a social media diet the past few months, the name Chantel Jeffries is sure to ring a bell. The 23-year-old Instagram star and DJ has nearly 3 million Instagram followers, is a member of Khloé Kardashian’s Good American “Good Squad,” hangs out with stars like Sophia Richie and Hailey Baldwin, and, yes, has been spotted with Justin Bieber and most recently, Scott Disick.

But she’s also known for her sexy bikini photos, amazing makeup skills, and Kylie Jenner-adjacent sense of style. Which is why we sat down with the star to find out
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James Corden Sends His Adorable Parents to Ncaa Championship Game, Drops Basketball Parody Rap

James Corden Sends His Adorable Parents to Ncaa Championship Game, Drops Basketball Parody Rap
James Corden's parents are getting in on the game!

The Late Late Show host sent his mom and dad to the Ncaa Men's Basketball National Championship game in Phoenix, Arizona, where they adorably reported on the big matchup in which the North Carolina Tarheels defeated the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Monday, 71-65.

"The crazy thing is, it's called the Final Four, March Madness, and we're here in April watching two teams play," Corden's dad shared. "We do know that not much happens in the middle, it all happens at the end. So it's just going from end to end to end..."

Watch: Victoria Beckham and James Corden Go For a 'Carpool Karaoke' Ride -- But There’s a Twist!

At that point, Corden asked whether his parents knew what a Tarheel was, to which his father hilariously answered, "We don't but we did think Gonzaga was an Italian type of cheese... Mum asked for
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